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Belize vacation

Experience Your Best Belize Vacation

Whether you want to relax on the beach, spend time in the Caribbean Sea, visit Mayan ruins or explore the expansive cave system, a Belize vacation has plenty to offer. From the barrier reefs and Great Blue Hole to the wildlife sanctuaries and islands, enjoy dining, shopping, and outdoor adventures as you travel this Central American nation. Before you rush down to Belize to dive in the warm water, Orbitz will give you the inside scoop on the best time to go on a Belize vacation, top 10 attractions and insider gems.

  • High season runs from November through April (dry season), so plan ahead to snag discount hotel rates. February and March are the driest months, and mountainous areas are coolest. On the Cayes, temps linger in the 70s and 80s and tropical breezes bring natural air conditioning. In April and May, the mercury can reach into the 90s.

    Summer is rain season, showers are typically short and sporadic, and cheap hotel rates are easier to find. Hurricane season spans from July through October. 

    Plan ahead if you're visiting during Carnival (the week before Lent, February) when towns host parades, dance competitions and festivities. Baron Bliss Day (March 9) is a nation-wide bash with a regatta, horse races and more.

  • Belize Botanic Gardens

    Created and maintained by the duPlooy family, this non-for-profit botanic garden has five Belizean ecosystems. Tour the Native Orchid House, and learn about the native culture on the Plants of the Maya trail.

  • Hol Chan Marine Reserve and Shark Ray Alley

    Located close to San Pedro, these snorkeling and diving sites feature nurse sharks and sting rays.
  • Placencia

    This town is nature-lovers paradise with mangroves, whale shark watching, butterflies, and Monkey River – home to famous Howler Monkeys, iguanas and crocodiles. Explore diverse cayes, and bike into town for Tutti Fruitti's gelato, art galleries and restaurants.
  • Lazy Croc BBQ

    This laid-back restaurant on Ambergris Caye is a gem for barbecues, pulled pork, drunken rum cake and friendly service. Bring cash, and plan ahead -- the restaurant is open seasonally.

Belize Vacation Packages

Hotel only $74

1 Midas Resort

3 stars
3.9 / 5 8 reviews

Branch Mouth Road San Ignacio Cayo Belize Map

FREE Wi-Fi and Parking

Midas Resort is located near the Town of San Ignacio which is only a 7 minute walk from the town center, on a 7 acre Rainforest setting with private access to the Macal river, a perfect place for enjoying nature, also known as a resting destination for most birds such as... More

Hotel only $84

2 Ramada Belize City Princess Hotel

2 stars
3.0 / 5 35 reviews

Kings Park Map

Stay 3, Save 20%

Beachfront casino hotel with access to various recreational activitiesPrincess Hotel and Casino welcomes leisure and business guests to comfortable living spaces set in a beachfront property overlooking the Caribbean Sea in Belize. Holidaymakers at this oceanfront hotel... More

Hotel only $109

3 Belizean Dreams Resort

4 stars
5.0 / 5 2 reviews

Hopkins Village Map

Last Minute April/ May Vacations!

Belizean Dreams is the perfect combination of modern casual elegance and resort-style service in the heart of one of the most pristine places on Earth. Belizean Dreams Beach front villas with outstanding modern amenities in groomed, lush gardens by the Caribbean allow... More

Hotel only $159

4 Jaguar Reef Lodge and Spa

3 stars
4.6 / 5 5 reviews

Hopkins Village, Map

Up to 40% OFF

Idyllic hideaway tucked in lush rainforestTake a trip away from the hustle and bustle of urban life and bask surrounding natural beauty by booking a stay at the comfortable accommodations of Jaguar Reef Lodge and Spa. This tranquil beachfront retreat is set on the golden... More

Hotel only $76

5 Corona del Mar Hotel and Apartments

3 stars
3.6 / 5 66 reviews

P.O Box 150, Coconut Drive Map

FREE WiFi & Continental Breakfast

Beachfront Belize hotel with own pierSet in the coastal area of San Pedro, Corona del Mar Hotel and Apartments welcomes guests to cozy beachfront accommodations and a myriad of leisure activities. Holidaymakers have fun swimming, sailing, fishing and sunbathing at the... More

Hotel only $159

6 Maya Mountain Lodge and Tours

3 stars
5.0 / 5 1 reviews

3/4 Miles Cristo Rey Road Map

FREE Wi-Fi & Parking

Maya Mountain Lodge & Tours immerses guests in the lush jungles of western Belize. Air conditioned cottages and guest rooms feature private or shared verandas with hammocks that overlook colorful tropical foliage. The open-air restaurant was built around a... More

Hotel only $42

7 The Bakedeer Inn

2 stars
Not yet reviewed

#74 Cleghorn Street Map

Free Wi-Fi

The Bakadeer Inn is a small inn in Belize City, situated on a quiet street, inside a bricked courtyard lined with tropical plants. The Tudor-styled Inn invites guests to a comfortable, home-like atmosphere. Each room has been recently-renovated giving a fresh feel and... More

Hotel only $113

8 River House Lodge at Sitee River

3 stars
Not yet reviewed

Sitee River Map

FREE Wi-Fi & use of Bikes and Kayaks

River House Belize is a beautiful six room lodge located on the north bank of the Sittee River, only four miles from the Caribbean Sea in the Stann Creek District. A secluded piece of paradise makes this a perfect destination to get away from the busy city, all you will... More

Hotel only $169

9 Parrot Cove Lodge

3 stars
4.7 / 5 3 reviews

False Sittee Point Map

Parrot Cove Lodge features comfortable beach accommodations with air conditioning, a swimming pool, and full service dining in the restaurant and bar.You can choose between room only accommodations or book an all inclusive stay. Whether you are looking for a romantic... More

Hotel only $240

10 X'tan Ha - The Waterfront Resort

3 stars
4.5 / 5 22 reviews

7.2 Miles North Map

FREE Transfers, Wi-Fi & Non Motorized Water Sports

Tastefully appointed villas in picturesque Ambergris CayeVacationers looking for a relaxing getaway in Ambergris Caye find an idyllic retreat at the secluded X'tan Ha - The Waterfront Resort. This beachfront resort in San Pedro offers sea kayaks, paddle boards, paddle... More

  • Community Baboon Sanctuary

    An hour bus ride from Belize City, the sanctuary has more than 2,000 monkeys, so the chances of seeing one are pretty good. You can even camp on the sanctuary grounds or stay in a local bed and breakfast with a community member.
  • Great Blue Hole

    This giant sinkhole near the Lighthouse Reef is considered one of the most unique scuba diving spots in the world. Over 400 feet deep and nearly 1,000 feet across, this spot -- made famous by Jacques Cousteau -- draws divers with its limestone formations, stalactites, and crystal clear water that gets clearer the deeper one gets.
  • Belize Barrier Reef

    Located about 1,000 feet offshore, the nearly 200-mile-long reef draws experienced scuba divers to first-time snorkelers, as well as fishing and kayaking. Swim alongside hawksbill and loggerhead turtles, nurse and reef sharks, colorful fish and reef formations.
  • Mayan Ruins

    Discover former cities of the Mayan civilization. Visit Caracol -- the largest Mayan site in the country -- and ogle Canaa, a nearly 150-foot-high pyramid. Explore the temples and palaces of Xunantunich (Maiden of the Rock), and walk the ancient trails of Lamanai (Submerged Crocodile), where the first inhabitants date back to 1500 B.C.
  • Belize Cave System

    If you're the deep explorer type, Belize travel gives you the chance to do just that. With the largest cave system in Central America, Belize has 65 documented caves, and counting. The well-known Actun Tunichil Muknal holds Mayan artifacts and diverse animal life, and access is limited to licensed tour guides.
  • Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary

    Recognized as the first jaguar preserve in the world, this nature reserve near the eastern slopes of the Maya Mountains is filled with acres of nature trails, waterfalls and neotropical birds. Your chances of seeing jaguars (pumas, ocelots, tapirs and mountain cows) increase with an overnight stay or two in cabins or campgrounds.
  • Belize Zoo

    Located on 29 acres of tropical savanna west of Belize City, the Belize Zoo boasts more than 125 animals native to the area. Find scarlet macaws, harpy eagles, the endangered Jabiru Stork, boa constrictors and jaguars. For extra thrills, arrange a guided night tour, or kayak the Sibun River.
  • St. John's Cathedral

    See European history come alive in the oldest Anglican Church in Central America. With bricks imported from Europe, St. John's Cathedral has seen its share of famous visitors, including the Archbishops of Canterbury, York and Wales. Four Mosquito Coast kings were crowned here between 1815 and 1845.
  • Museum of Belize

    Located in Belize City, this former colonial prison captures the nation's British colonial history along with its hardened past. Built in the mid-1800s, the exhibition includes cat-o-nine tails, chain balls, a jail cell and original graffiti. Find Mayan artifacts, colonial postcards, old bottles and native Belize insects.
  • Ambergris Caye

    Of the hundreds of islands in the waters off of Belize, Ambergris Caye is the biggest of the bunch. Close to the tip of the Yucatan Peninsula, the 25-mile island draws visitors to the Belize Barrier Reef and the beach, where dive shops and jetties await eager divers.

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